Costs & Aid
Indiana Tech offers a quality education at an affordable cost. Many students choose to apply for financial aid to help with these costs. Our financial aid office will provide you with all of the tools you need to make an informed decision regarding funding options for your education.
Tuition & Fees
Because our programs follow a 6-week schedule, tuition is charged per course (typically 3 credits each) rather than per semester. The basic tuition rates, which include textbook rental, are:
|Program Type||Per Credit*||Per 3-Credit Course*|
*The tuition rates above are valid July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2022.
Financial aid generally falls into two categories: gifts or self-help.
- Gifts are scholarships and grants given to you, which you do not need to repay. These may come from federal funds, state funds, Indiana Tech, or private sources.
- Self-help includes loans through the Federal Direct Student Loan program as well as private lenders.
The first step in applying for financial aid is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. When you apply for aid, please remember to include Indiana Tech as a college choice by using our OE code number, 001805.
Aid for Military/Veterans
If you are an active duty, veteran or reserve member of the U.S. Armed Force, be sure to talk to your Veteran Services representative about what aid options are available.
To make your education a bit more affordable, Indiana Tech offers several different payment options for students enrolled in online programs. Depending on your situation you may be eligible for pre-payment, financial aid, direct billing, vouchers, or tuition deferment.
For more information on each payment option, visit the Student Financial Services website.